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Car on fire in Northern Ireland (File photo) Paul Faith/PA Archive

Car petrol-bombed in 'racist hate crime'

Police in Northern Ireland say several men were involved in the petrol bomb attack last night.

POLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland are investigating a petrol bomb attack on a car last night in what is being treated as a racially motivated hate crime.

The PSNI said the attack happened in the Ballyronan Park area of Antrim last night. Police received a report that a car was on fire at around 9.35pm.

The car was destroyed in the fire. Police say that several men were involved in the petrol bomb attack.

The PSNI has asked for anyone with information to contact them.

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